Tuesday, December 8, 2015


What a lovely time we had at TWAS, which was put on by Whitehern Historical House.  The first part of the evening was at St. Paul's church hall where there is a stage and plenty of room for people to gather. It is accessible to the church hall through the Miller Room which is next to the kitchen area.

Whitehern is just a very short walk through the side door (chapel entrance) of St. Paul's and after the excellent programme, people were invited to come and view Whitehern and its Christmas decorations.

Here are some pictures which I took at St. Paul's hall.  Some are better than others due to the dark panelling of the woodwork, but most are okay.


Jeff- one of the amazing readers

the dance troupe

The amazing dance group

St.Nicolas -  Andre
A lovely young reader - Miranda
the multi-talented dancers
The participants of this drama

A beautiful young reader - Ava

I particularly enjoyed the violinist and his beautiful renditions.   You will notice his picture
in the photo of Jeff reading.

If this wonderful play was not enough, coffee and tea was served as well as plates of shortbreads, plum pudding, and yummy butter tarts made by the talented sister of Liz, the organizer of this marvellous event.

All for the very reasonable price of $15.00.

It would be very nice if this would become an annual event but the amount of work involved may be too much.  We will have to wait and see till next December.

All in all, a really fantastic evening, spent with a good group of people in the audience who appreciated the hard work and energy of the ones doing the performing and organizing of this event.

Thanks for dropping by.

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